Kinsky Garden area of 22 hectares located on the southern and south-eastern slope of Petřín hill, it’s separated from other Petřín gardens by the Hunger Wall, built by Charles IV. At first there were forests, and then vineyards in the Middle Ages. In the 1830s, the garden as English style. In the garden you’ll find a wooden Greek-Catholic church of St. Michael and the Kinsky Summer Palace with a National Museum ethnographic exhibition.
Kinsky Garden Photos